12 Feb 2021
Updated Coronavirus Restrictions
With Victoria going back to restrictions over the next few days, we’re responding quickly and doing what we need to do to keep everyone safe.
14 Dec 2020
Have a safe and happy holiday season
This year has been challenging and I’ve been impressed by the resilience and achievements of our customers in the face of the pandemic.
30 Nov 2020
Disability Royal Commission releases COVID-19 report following pandemic hearing
The Disability Royal Commission has published a report outlining the experiences of people with disability during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
19 Nov 2020
Scope selected as finalist in 2020 Melbourne Awards
Scope is a finalist in the 2020 Melbourne Awards for assisting people to understand public health information about the Coronavirus pandemic.
18 Nov 2020
Disability Royal Commission releases Interim Report
The Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability released its Interim Report on 30 October 2020.
6 Nov 2020
Equality of access to healthcare for people with developmental disability
Join us for this free webinar on equality of access to healthcare for people with developmental disability.
6 Nov 2020
Telescope: In the voice of the writer
Join our Telescope awards online at the Melbourne Fringe Festival! Hear stories from diverse writers with lived experience of disability.
28 Oct 2020
Royal Commission examines the use of psychotropic medication to address behaviours of concern exhibited by people with disability
Present during the hearing was Professor Keith McVilly, Professorial Fellow in Disability and Social Inclusion, who gave a statement.
22 Oct 2020
Scope Community Inclusion Survey
Sports and recreation activities help us to meet people, develop new skills and have fun. Have your say today by completing our survey!
20 Oct 2020
Disability Royal Commission releases report into Health care and services for people with a cognitive disability
The report found that people with cognitive disability have been, and continue to be, subject to neglect in the Australian health system.